Descubra el naufragio SS "Antilla", uno de los naufragios más grandes del Caribe, en esta excursión de medio día de buceo de superficie en Aruba. Zarpe a bordo de un catamarán de lujo a tres lugares de buceo con abundante fauna marina, incluyendo una parada en la Bahía de Catalina. Disfrute de una barra libre y un almuerzo frío, servidos por una experta tripulación a bordo. Incluye instrucciones para practicar esnórquel y el equipo, más traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel de Palm Beach.
Comience su excursión de buceo de superficie en Aruba con la recogida en su hotel Palm Beach. A continuación, le darán la bienvenida a bordo de un catamarán de lujo para disfrutar de un crucero de medio día en las aguas cristalinas del mar Caribe.
Una entretenida tripulación está siempre a mano para garantizar una agradable experiencia en el velero que incluye música, baile y narración. Relájese en dos redes tomando el sol y disfrute de un montón de asientos a bordo del espacioso barco.
La primera parada de buceo es Bahía Catalina, ideal para principiantes o aquellos que necesitan tiempo para practicar el uso del equipo de esnórquel, con instrucciones incluidas. Una escalera para nadar y un divertido tobogán de agua hacen que sea fácil para los pasajeros entrar en el agua. Vea los coloridos peces y corales en sus fases del cultivo antes de continuar hacia uno de los lugares de naufragio de Aruba más famosos: el SS Antilla.
Aprenda sobre el destino de este carguero alemán de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, cuyo cuerpo prácticamente intacto de 400 pies de largo (122 metros de largo) está ahora rodeado de anémonas de mar, esponjas de tubo, formaciones de coral y peces, incluidos peces loro, peces ángel, rayas del sur, pargo cola amarilla, platija reina, pez trompeta y más.
Un almuerzo frío y barra libre totalmente equipada están incluidas, y su atenta tripulación mantiene un ojo para sus copas de cóctel vacías antes de volver a la orilla, con el traslado de vuelta a su hotel Palm Beach.
What a great excursion. Well worth the money. My wife, 18, 15 and 13 year olds had a great time and we were able to see a lot at the three different locations. Food was really good and plenty for all. All in all, we had about 20 passengers. Other excursions that I saw on our day had 30, so I liked the smaller numbers, but that may vary. The crew was fun and very attentive. One passenger needed help and the captain jumped to help. The sunken ship location, on our day, was very windy and the waves and current were stronger we were in 60 ft. of water at that location, so this may be harder for beginners, but doable. The other two locations were in about 8 to 12 feet of water, calm and near the shoreline/beaches, which is very good for beginners. There are life vests available too, along with the other gear.
Aruba was our destination of choice for our annual family Girls Trip and we are so happy that we incorporated this excursion. It was beyond perfect for a group of 11 women, who had various interests. It was suitable for those that just wanted to sail inside or outside the catamaran, those who just wanted to sun bathe and/or those who wanted to swim/snorkel. The awesome crew walked around twice with delicious appetizers and the lunch buffet was icing on the cake - ALL of the food especially the trout was tasty! Another plus is that the open bar was truly an all you can drink with speciality cocktails. It was a relaxing and fabulous day for our family and we highly recommend the experience. We would like to send special shout outs to the entire Red Sail Sports crew members, specifically Randy and Dion that catered to all of our requests and kept the party going!
Was not happy at all with this activity. Crew was unfriendly and grouchy. Food was horrible. Not a lunch at all, went around with acouple trays of snacks. I went on the same snorkel and lunch with ANOTHER COMPANY 10 months prior to this. I was unable to get that on the days we were staying this time. The other company had a crew that were happy, food was great. I guess the people that reviewed this had not been on any other lunch snorkels in Aruba to compare them with. The only thing positive I can say is they picked up on time and returned us back to our hotel without delay.
Highly Recommend! My husband and I had a blast. We drank, we ate, we swam, we snorkeled, we jumped off the boat, great crew if it wasn't for them i would have missed out on seeing the ship wreck the got me out there!
The crew were amazing! The catamaran takes you to 3 snorkeling spots and provide all the gear you need! There is not ample shade from the sun so bring a lot of sunscreen. There were a lot of kids on my tour which kind of prohibited the adults from having a real party but none the less drinks were pouring non stop! The lunch is very minimal so do not count on it filling you up- I advise you eat breakfast because you wait for about 30 minutes to board and then another 3 hours before they offer food. Overall it was awesome definitely would do it again!
The snorkel sites are nice but not the greatest. Equipment was very good as well as the Catamaran and service. The open bar was very attractive for drinkers and the food is ok. What you can expect at this facility.